Great staff.....good facilities....and unique. We especially liked the coffee bar with Dustin. Hotel just has a good vibe to it. For the money, it was a great value. We live in the area but like to do night activities so we don't have to drive. We will be back.
Wish we could've stayed longer. This legendary train station is gorgeous. Leo the front doorman will make sure your stay goes well. Ask him anything. The beds were a little firm for our liking and the morning doorman needs a good spanking. We waited over 20 minutes for our car to arrive.
From the time we arrived to the time we left the staff was there to do whatever it took to make the stay a wonderful experience the where friendly and very helpful and knowledgeable The food and service was excellent as well .A great place to stay and relax
We had a great one-night stay during December. Our room was lovely, very large, and luxurious. The bed was fantastic - super silky sheets, fluffy duvets, piles of luscious pillows, and the perfect mattress. We slept like happy babies! The bathroom included a giant claw foot tub for soaking. Breakfast was fantatic. No problems with noise. The hotel is very small - 3 bedrooms. Hosts are very friendly and attentive. Patterson park is a few blocks away and makes for a nice place to stroll around.
Front Desk hours 7 AM - 9 PM. Children are welcome at the adult rate. No Pets. Enjoy Authentic Baltimore Bed and Breakfast …More
Great from check in to check out. Great valet, front desk. The room spotless. Also the same for the next 3 days. Good bar. Although I would like to see a little more imagination with the food menu . 4 Stars.
Traveller from ny
This pet-friendly Inner Harbor hotel is 12 miles from Baltimore-Washington International Airport.Guestrooms offer …More
Johns Hopkins University occupies north Baltimore. To the south, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is Maryland’s most popular attraction. Oriole Park at Camden Yards revels in baseball’s past with a statue of Baltimore’s own Babe Ruth. Lexington Market offers an authentic glimpse and taste of Baltimore culture. The B & O Railroad Museum depicts the origins of mass transit in America.